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Our Upcoming Shows
One Act Play Festival
March 15th - 17th, 8pm at the Bauer Theatre
Box Office Hours: 12 - 4 pm on non-performance days
4 - 8 pm on performance days
Friday Night Live
March 22nd at 8:00 pm - Admission by Donation
"The Great Canadian Songbook"
Please contact Mike Melchin at email@example.com if you are interested in participating.
Previously This Season
February 7th - 10th, 8pm
February 14th - 17th, 8pm at the Bauer Theatre
Directed by Ed Thomason
A shipwreck separates the twins, Sebastian and Viola, and launches this tale of loss and love. Orsino is in love with Olivia but she loves Cesario who loves Orsino , for Cesario is actually Viola. Priggish Malvolio believes Olivia loves him thanks to a prank set up by those in Olivia’s household who would humiliate him. Disguise and deceit lead to misadventure, madness and mistaken love as Shakespeare fashions a wonderful comedy of misrule and a biting attack on puritanism.
November 22nd - 25th, 8:00pm at the Bauer Theatre
Written by Louisa M. Alcott
Dramatised by John D. Ravold
Directed by Shelley Thompson
Published in 1868, Louisa M. Alcott’s novel was an immediate bestseller. Based on her own experiences and her abolitionist and feminist beliefs it follows the lives of four sisters – Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy March – growing up and learning the hard lessons of poverty in New England during the Civil War. This dramatization will satisfy life-long fans and is a vibrant introduction to a classic story.
Doubt - A Parable
October 18th - 21st, 8:00 pm at the Bauer Theatre
By John Patrick Shanley
Directed by Lionel Doucette
Set in a convent school in the Bronx in 1964 this Pulitzer Prize-winning drama exploresthe conflict between Father Flynn, a charismatic priest who is trying to update the school’sstrict customs and Sister Aloysius Beauvier, the iron-gloved principal who suspects Father Flynn of paying too much personal attention to the school’s first and only black student.
“An inspired study in moral uncertainty with the compellingly certain structure of a detective drama.” NEW YORK TIMES